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Exchange of Glebe Lands, AT Geldeston and Stockton, in Norfolk. IN pursuance of Acts of Parliament made and passed in

Exchange of Glebe Lands, AT Geldeston and Stockton, in Norfolk. IN pursuance of Acts of Parliament made and passed in

this behalf. Notice is hereby gi»eu, that the Bev. JOHN AKING, Clerk, Rector i.f the Rectory anil Parish Chinch Gelde&ton, the coiiutv Norfolk and Diocese Norwich, mid JOHN KF.RKICH, Geldeston aforesaid, F.»qoire, intend bv virtue and pursuance of the power ami authorities the s
October 15, 1836 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SWAFFHAM UNION. THE Board of Guardians will. I Meeting held Swan ham, Monday, the Bn . instant, Eleven o'clock in

SWAFFHAM UNION. THE Board of Guardians will. I Meeting held Swan ham, Monday, the Bn . instant, Eleven o'clock in

the n ' '"'«t Tender* for Km supply the Articles. delivered the Vl«,rkli '" n '' >1 ' I'nion, or before the First of ' next: '23 Stove* and Ranges vttiui litrj ani i tions, including a large kitchen 'ip. 23 Sets of I ire-irons < various»»». !. i lion< Fenders, do. Iron Coal-shoo
October 15, 1836 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BUCKS /j SESSION. 1 8 6. the next KAL QUARTER SESSION of tiie for this County, will be Holden at

BUCKS /j SESSION. 1 8 6. the next KAL QUARTER SESSION of tiie for this County, will be Holden at

AYLESBURY, and for the said County, on TUESDAY, the 18th Day of October, when the Court will open 11 o'clock precisely, and thereupon the will divide the Court pursuant the Act of Parliament Geo. 111., cap. 2 s . immediately after which the charge will be given to tbe Grand Jury
October 15, 1836 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

LONDON. THURSDAY EVENING. Twelve o , clock. The money market heavy ; Consols for the November account hiving been at and being now only at whilst for money they are buyers. Four o'clock. —Consols for account closed at We have received news frcm Madrid to-day the 3d. A progress h
October 15, 1836 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHESTER AND CHESHIRE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION.

CHESTER AND CHESHIRE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION.

On Monday last, the members this association dined together at the Albion Hotel, Chester. Lord Combermere acted as president for the day, and the Hon. Hugh Cholmondeley and Sir Robert Cunliffe as vice-presidents of the visitors' table, R. H. Bamston, Esq., ofthe centre table, an
October 15, 1836 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Dated the Ist day of

Dated the Ist day of

1. BASEVI. IN ROBERT KENYON. r, 1696.
October 15, 1836 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO SMITHS AND MOULDERS.

TO SMITHS AND MOULDERS.

WANTED, a few good experienced WORKMEN, accustomed ENGINE-WORK, who may have engagements fur two. three, five years, at the first-rate London wages. Apply personally to Messrs. John Seaward and Co., Che Canal Ironworks. 1 London. N.B. No Unionists need apply. TO PRINTERS. ANTED,
October 15, 1836 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CROWN COURT.

CROWN COURT.

(BEFORE JOHN DISNEY, EBG.) This Court assembled for business at nine o'clock on Wednesday morning- The Calendar, at the commencement, contained tbe names of 10(1 prisoners—a number which certainly appears large, but it is .owing to there having been no Adjourned Session iariag q
October 21, 1836 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
DINNER TO MR. SPRING RICE.

DINNER TO MR. SPRING RICE.

On the inst. public dinner was given to Mr. e, the Chancellor the Exchequer, Mmerick. About 300 persons were present, being all »c room could accommodate, and the liigh Sheriff of the Chair. , CHANcTI^OR of the EXCHKO.UKR, Oil his •lenlth being drunVaddressed the company in a lo
October 21, 1836 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
COLCHESTER.

COLCHESTER.

The revision of the Municipal List for the Town Councillors concluded on rs last, having occupied eight days. e i • day objections amounted to upwards of 300 n,s a "d is, says a correspondent, 'hat the Reform *°X gained a majority one only. The 8 ,lave parties was never known to
October 21, 1836 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England